5/16/2016

Coalition Free and Discounted Events for May





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SVA Dusty Awards May 7-10

Latest Dusty promo with highlights from last year's festival: view it on the website.

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Two to Tango: The Right Steps for a Successful Producer/Director Partnership with Marilyn Ness


Thursday, May 12, 6:00-8:00 PM



Finding a producer and establishing a successful working relationship is a huge asset for any film but how to go about finding the right person can be daunting.  In this workshop, Marilyn Ness, a two-time Emmy Award-winning documentary film producer, shares her experience working with different directors including most recently, Dawn Porter and Kirsten Johnson whose films TRAPPED and CAMERAPERSON premiered at Sundance in January to critical acclaim. Marilyn will discuss how she has successfully navigated the tricky dance between producer and director from her perspective as someone who has worked on numerous documentary projects - projects ranging from high-profile, big-budget films to less well-known, low-budget productions.

Regular Rate: $30
REVIVING THE REVIVAL: Drama Desk's Annual Spring Panel
Tuesday, May 24

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Noon to 2:30 pm
Sardi's (4th Floor)
234 West 44th St.

GAVIN CREEL, WARREN CARLYLE, CYNTHIA ERIVO and STEVEN PASQUALE are among the panelists for REVIVING THE REVIVAL, a lively discussion about staging revivals moderated by Drama Desk member Robin Milling.

Topics include:
Why bring the show back now?
How do you make something from another decade relevant today?
What elements make a good revival?
What are the downsides/upsides of reviving a show?
Working celebrity stars into the mix
Which changes work and which ones don't?

Regular Rate: $57
Reduced Rate for all Coalition member organization members: $47 
(use the promotional code DDMBR16)

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